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Whale Watching

Every year, from June to November, an estimated 35,000 humpback whales along our beautiful coastline on their annual migration from the Antarctic to the Kimberly Coast and back.

One of the best ways to observe them up close is aboard one of the whale watching tours where you might see them spy-hopping, breaching or you may even see mothers with calves. To book, contact the Kalbarri Visitor Centre.

There’s plenty of land-based vantage points, just cast your eyes out to sea and look for ‘smoke on the water’, large splashes or black bumps. Sometimes you can also hear them breathing or get under the water to hear their songs. Natural Bridge – Island Rock Boardwalk and Eagle Gorge lookout are great land-based vantage points.

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Funds raised for St John's Ambulance - Kalbarri

Thank you to all of our school holidays guests that made it to our fundraiser Pancake Breakfasts and Sausage Sizzles. We are happy to announce that we raised $500 for St John’s Ambulance Kalbarri.

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